Category Archives: Robots, robotics, intelligent machines, singularity
I wrote about this company before: link, link, link, and link. What can I say… Boston Dynamics and everything they do is simply amazing!
Watch this short video to get updated on the current status and capabilities of self-driving cars. The main conclusion for the video is that while technology is evolving fast, the day we will actually ride inside these cars is farther … Continue reading
I posted about the new step in the robot evolution, Asimo, and about some funny robot falls before. This post adds a bit to the “falling robots” subject 🙂 If you are not interested in the entire 5 min video, go … Continue reading
Here is an interesting and concise (5-minute long) look into the future of cars. Most likely, it will all happen differently, of course. But this is an entertaining example of futuristic thinking.
Only in Japan…the Happiness Counter was developed at the University of Tokyo after it was shown that smiling contributes to mental well-being. The Happiness Counter uses AI-based facial recognition to make smiling a part of daily life…by requiring you to … Continue reading
This video covers some interesting project done at Harvard University recently: “Form a sea star shape,” directs a computer scientist, sending the command to 1,024 little bots simultaneously via an infrared light. The robots begin to blink at one another and … Continue reading
This is the robotic policeman from the 1987 classic, RoboCop. Nowadays, Chinese engineers are experimenting with this idea: Looks nothing like RoboCop so far. But, this is just the beginning…